5 Symptoms of Food Intolerance

You’re Feeling Anxious or Unhappy


Research has found a higher number of depressed people in those who are food intolerant compared to those who aren’t. When your body is a constant state of “illness,” it becomes chronically inflamed, and researchers have now begun to find a link between chronic inflammation and depressive symptoms. When our digestive tract is disrupted, it throws off the rest of our body, including the connection with the brain, which can begin to affect mood.

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